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These are two carbines Michael and I put together today.  Both are 30 caliber, leading off with a full powered .308 Winchester and following up with a “lightweight twin” in .300 blackout.  These two weapons may look alike but the AR10 has a receiver 30% heavier and much stronger.  Both are very powerful weapons, superbly designed, if I do say so myself, and highly effective as range guns, “gun safe queens” or any “sporting” purpose.  I dressed out the Blackout with a superb iron sight and excellent scope mounting system with tactical light.

For further information or to purchase any of these guns, please contact Mike Chester at Chet’s Firearms of Howell, Michigan. [email protected] or phone 517-548-9558. Ask for Mike.

AR10 .308 Carbine
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The concept is simple here, reproducing the M4 Carbine in full .308 Winchester.  Every AR or AK owner eventually moves to .308.  Too often this involves an Eastern Bloc or PTR based weapon as the AR10s in tactical (SASS/Semi-Automatic Sniper System) are painfully expensive.  We come in under a thousand dollars with a weapon that requires no expensive upgrades or modifications.  The barrel, receiver, bolt carrier group, rail, all premium upgrades.  If you are going to own a .308 tactical rifle, no need to start with something you won’t like.

ACL Stock ($100 value)

Colt Type custom grip ($25 value)

16 inch DPMS chrome lined premium barrel

15 inch super slim quad rail ($200 value)

3-9 40mm illuminated scope ($125 value)

Harris type (UTG) bipod ($79 value)

Full automatic bolt carrier group

Custom Muzzle Brake ($60 value)

Forged aluminum upper and lower receivers

25 round Magpul Gen3 magazine ($25 value)


.300 Blackout Carbine

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The Blackout has the power of the AK 7.62×39 but with better ballistic performance.  Even when throwing a foot of flame out the barrel, this sits solid as a rock, as though you were shooting a .22.  This is a complete package, powerful tactical light, great iron sight and optic with an incredible mounting system.
Load Out:
.300 Blackout 16 inch HBAR chrome lined barrel (premium US)
Custom Muzzle Brake ($60 value)
Ergo Grip ($45 value)
15 inch ultra slim rail ($200 value)
Harris type bipod (UTG) ($79 value)
500 lumen + light with CR123 battery ($100 value)
3-9x 40mm illuminated scope ($100 value)
Super Premium iron sights ($190 value)
Sniper stock ($100 value)
40 round magazine ($25 value)
Forged aluminum upper and lower receivers
Full automatic bolt carrier group
Cantilevered scope mount with pic rails ($100 value)



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